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    September 23, 2012
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for the second time in three years, playoff fever is gripping at&t park. new information about the chevron live monday refinery this morning. if today is not the day to make a difference, then you tell me when is going to be a better day? >> three day peace rally continues in oakland teasmed how the city is making changes to end the violence.
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good morning, welcome to mornings on 2 and sunday september 23 and i'm john. >> mike and clawden are off today. let's look at your sunday forecast with rosemary. >> a subtle cool down in the forecast for your sunday this morning. we are waking up with a mix of sunshine and clouds. low clouds right at the coast. high clouds over parts of the bay. mid-40s to mid-50s is where we stand at this hours. passing clouds we continue for the afternoon and temperatures falling a few degrees. subtle changes in store for the back to work monday. i will take you there in a few moments. new this morning, federal authorities have begun a criminal investigation into the chevron refinery and unrelated to last month's huge fire in richmond. comes after investigators discovered the company detoured pollutants around monitoring equipment at the refinery. investigators say chevron was
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doing this intentionally for four years. air quality investigators say the process allowed gas to burn and pollute the environment without officials knowing about it. tomorrow we could learn more about that big fire at the chevron refinery shut down a crude unit and sent more than 15,000 more people to the hospital. representatives from several government agencies are holding a meeting to give an update on the investigation. that meeting is set for 5:15 p.m. at the richmond memorial auditorium. giants fans have something to celebrate this morning after the team clinched its 8th national league west title. the second in three years. ktvu is live at at&t park with more on the excitement. reporter: good morning. a lot of excited giants fans waking up this morning and coming down with a case of the playoff fever. you might be able to see crews getting at and t park ready for today's big game after the giants clinched national league west championship in last night's game against the padres.
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>> runner goes, line drive, pagan and that's it. reporter: giants won last night's game 8-4 sending the giants into the playoffs and sending fans into a frenzy. now fans have been hoping for a return to the playoffs after a 2010s world series victory and looking like they will have that chance once again. fans were out early this morning predawn saying they watched last night's game but wanted to get a copy of the paper this morning as a keepsake and saver the moment. >> buy the chronicle and read about the story. season ticket holder but nice to see it in print. reporter: the giants will start their playoff series october 6 or 7. but still have ten regular season games to go including today's game against the padres. first pitch today set for 1:00 this afternoon. you bet there are going to be a lot of excited giants fans at today's game.
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live in san francisco, ktvu, channel 2 news. oakland police are looking for the gunman in an overnight shooting that sent one person to the hospital. happened around 4:00 this morning at 68 and bancroft. when they arrived they found someone who was shot in the head. victim appears to have been a passenger in a car hit by gunfire and taken to a local hospital with unknown injuries. several people are in the hospital after a crash on highway 101 and palo alto. chp says car was heading north on 101 near the san antonio road off-ramp when it went off the road and into bushes. no word on what caused that crash. police are on high alert for more vandalism in san francisco's mission district after officers shot a suspected gang member. while there are no reports of major damage last night, protesters vandalized banks, restaurant and a gym on friday night. on thursday vandals spray painted the word killers on police station windows. >> we have extra officers patrolling throughout the mission and we will have extra
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officers throughout all of the high traffic corridors throughout the district. >> police say the shooting happened when a suspected gang member ran from undercover officers then pointed a gun at them. the suspect is expected to survive. the police will hold a town hall meeting tomorrow to address the public's concern about that shooting. it is set for 11:30 a.m. at the corner stone church on 17 street. three day peace rally continues in oakland today. >> if today is not the day to make a difference, then you tell me when is going to be a better day. >> yesterday, dozens of people marched to city hall to take a stand against violence in their community. the mayor attended the rally and says police are getting much needed help from the public. recently the police have been making arrests in about 50% of the shootings. and that's because the community is participating and is cooperating with them. >> the mayor added that oakland police will launch a cease-fire program next month to focus on
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primary criminals in the city. it's been a year since two of three american hikers were freed from a prison in iran. josh fattal organized a rally to celebrate his freedom but the road to recovery was not easy. he and to other hikers were hiking in 2009 when they were arrested by arennian border guards. they were held on suspicion of espionage. all three attended uc berkeley. >> a bounty offered for the death of the man who made that anti-islamic movie that sparkd protests around the world. pakistani government minister says he is offering $100,000 reward for anyone who kills the film maker. the official says he is acting on his own behalf and not as representative of pakistan's government. he asked the taliban and al qaeda to carry out that assassination. state department says cnn reports on the personal diary of the u.s. ambassador who died in libya against his family's wishes. ambassador chris stevens was
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killed in a violent anti-american protest in the city of benghazi. protest began after the release of the film that ridiculed the prophet muhammed. cnn broke a pledge not to report on stevens diary. cnn says issues deserved full reporting and confirmed the information in the diary with other sources. at least four people have died and 70 people have been hurt in protests against armed islamic militias in libya thousands provetesters stormed a benghazi compound where the militia is suspected of killing ambassador stevens and then set fire to the compound. two main militias in the eastern city announced they were disbanding after those protests. analysts say it's surprising because it's a strong hold for islamic extremists. tens of thousands of people protests anti-islam film in the nigerian city of cano. shouting death to america. death to israel and death to the enemies of islam. protestors burned images of
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president obama and stomped on the american flag. no one was seriously hurt but the protest did cause gridlock in the city of roughly 4.5 million people. the demonstration was organized by the islamic movement of nigeria, a pro iranian group. the big raider game in oakland, big giants game in san francisco. rosemary, how will the weather be? >> a fine day. numbers not as warm as we saw yesterday. but still looking good and this morning a mix of clouds out there bringing on a beautiful sunrise. sun rose just before 7:00 a.m. and will set right about 7:04. give ewing view there. filtered sunshine in the forecast for today. i will show you what's behind the high clouds coming up in a moment. you can see over the north bay we have mostly cloudy skies with mid-and high level clouds. we've got fog banked up right along the coast line. the marine layer about 1,000 feet. shallow and not really moving inland. that's with a we have in areas near pacifica and half moon bay this morning. visibility down in some cases.
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you can see the high clouds all the way down to almost the bay bridge. it will continue to shift south over the course of the day. winds are generally light out there onshore breeze not picking up just yet but is expected to. the trough here will be swinging across northern california and as it does it will bring us that westerly breeze, stronger than what we saw for saturday. a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures are expected to cool a few degrees in both cases. here is your forecast. 7:00 a.m. fog along the coast line. we will watch that burn away. but by 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon we are mostly cloudy. it's the clouds, cloud type that we don't mind so much. we are talking mid-and high level clouds that bring the translucent sunshine. 54 degrees in concord now. 58 in fairfield. 58 in antioch. with the clouds over the north bay numbers not as cool. still a cold start in santa rosa but a few degrees above yesterday's lows. 49 in san francisco. a chilly start in the city as well as the coast line. upper 40s to low 50s right
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around pacifica and half moon bay and visibility low in some cases if you have an early morning drive. afternoon highs for today, 82 for santa rosa. 79 san rafael. 67 in san francisco. off to the east bay 72 in oakland. for con crtd a warm day in livermered 87 for you. livermore warmed into the low 90s yesterday. you will feel the difference. there 79 at san jose. mid-70s for santa cruz. your extended forecast numbers holding steady as we get back to work on monday. thews a tad cooler but temperatures again all in all just subtle changes as we head into the workweek. i will have your lunch time numbers for you coming up. the oakland raiders are still looking for their first win of the new season. the raiders lost in miami. they are back home today hosting the pittsburgh steelers. kickoff at 1:25 and the game is a sellout. former raider running back marcus allen is expected to light the ceremonial flank. allen and davis have been at
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odds since the star running back tried to renegotiate his contract before 1988 season. the 49ers are back on the road looking for their third straight win to open the season. they play the vikings in arizona. because they are playing the new york jets next weekend, team will spend next week in ohio preparing for that matchup. mornings on 2 and at 9:00 today to bring you fox nfl sunday then you can catch the niners at the vikings at 10:00 and stay tuned for our live point after show. joe is in minnesota and mark will be here in studio. and will have the latest on that. a man is recovering after jumping into a tiger exhibit in new york. new information police are releasing and why they plan to take that man into custody. and military is trying something new for those deployed to afghanistan. new equipment they made especially for female service members. first you are taking a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is moving smoothly an easy drive heading into san francisco at this hour. you are watching mornings on.
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good morning to you. had rise and shine a beautiful shot there of the sun comes op over mount diablo. partly cloudy skies and quiet start to the morning. there may finally be good news for firefighters working two large wildfires in central washington state. authorities say a break in the weather means the danger for homes is reduced but home owners should be prepared to leave if the situation changes. fiemps had feared that lightning could spark more fires and high winds would fan the flames. but firefighters say the weather allowed them to make good progress on the fire lines. and there is also good news about a wildfire burning in nevada's pine nut mountains. carter springs fire has grown to 3,000 acres but firefighters say the fire is burn ago way from homes. fire broke out at friday afternoon. us-395 was closed for several
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hours but has re-opened. fire is 20% contained. we were following developing news in nepal where an avalanche has killed nine climbers. six others are still missing but the search has been suspended because of bad weather. avalanche happened as climbers were climbing to the peak. ten other members survived but many were injured. a flash flood triggered by heave rains in india are blamed for deaths of nine construction workers. 15 others are missing. workers were repairs roads when heavy waters swept through their camp. helicopters have dropped supplies for 10,000 people in that area. this morning new york city police say they plan to arrest a man who deliberately jumped into a tiger exhibit at the bronx zoo. police say the man was not a suicide attempt and he wanted to be one with the tiger. he allegedly told them that everyone in life makes choices. he has been charged with trespassing for jumping off a
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monorail ride into the tiger den. he is in stable condition at a hospital after suffering broken bones and being mauled on his arms, legs, shoulders and back. three people are recovering after a hot air balloon ride over albuquerque went terribly wrong. the pilot was attempting a splash and dash over the rio grande river. that's when the basket clips the water. but officials say the balloon suddenly lost altitude and crashed into the ground from 50 feet. eight people of the balloon sufferedded minor injuries. houston police officer is on paid leave after shooting and killing a mentally ill double amputee in a wheel chair. the man was shot around 2:30 yesterday morning at the healing hands group home for the mentally ill. care taker said he called the police. when police arrived he tried to stab an officer with an object, that turned out to be a pen. >> tight quarters in there and was able to corner the officer back into a corner of the room.
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>> the -- on pad of paper. >> so for those officers in there they didn't know what he was holding. >> correct. >> he was in his 40s and suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. he lost one arm and one leg in a train accident years ago. a woman in new mexico is recovering after being hit by gunfire during a college football game. it happened yesterday at new mexico state university. the woman was sitting in the stands when a stray bullet hit her. police think the bullet came from outside the stadium after someone fired shots into the air. the woman's injuries are not considered life-threatening. federal investigation found the president security was not compromised as a result of a secret service prostitution scandal. back in april, several secret service agents were accused of hiring prostitutes while on duty with president obama in colombia. the department of homeland security now says there is no evidence the agents placed the president in harm's way. female soldiers deploying in afghanistan are trying something new on the front lines.
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soldiers from fort campbell are first to try body armor to fate woman's body the idea was suggested in 2009 after soldiers say they off the-trouble bending over and getting in and out of tight spots. the new vests eliminate gaps between the material and body creating a tighter fit. a new report shows drinking alcohol has become a public health crisis among members of the military. the defense department says about 20% of active duty service members reported they engaged in heavy drinking in 2008. that's an increase of 47% compared to the previous ten years. officials say troops typically drink for fun to ease stress of war or be part of the brother and sister hood. >> we have a recall to tell you about if you shop at a popular store. it will be easier for women to get birth control. how a new law signed by the governor helping to make that possible. subtle drop in afternoon highs is on tap for today. outside our doors right now a
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mix of fog, a few low clouds along the coast line. we have high clouds over the north bay. let's take a look at what you can expect coming up.
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-what's up? i'm chris. -and i'm erik. both: we're the fruit guys! back in 1998, we had this idea to deliver fresh fruit to offices in downtown san francisco. we built these wooden crates, filled these with fruit in my one-bedroom apartment. the fruit guys has been with bank of america since they first started. we work with them to help them grow and succeed. we're coming up on 50 employees and delivering to thousands of companies every week. i would definitely say this is a fruitful business.
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more than two dozen salmonella cases are being linked to peanut butter from trader joe's of the store has recalled the creamy salted valencia peanut butter. linked to 29 salmonella cases in 18 states. more than three-quarters of those who got sick were children. no deaths have been reported but if you have the recalled peanut butter you can return it for a full refund at trader joe's. patent battle want a court to reconsider 1ble award. last month a jury found numerous samsung products infringed on certain patents. apple is seeking an additional $707 million in interest and damages. samsung is requesting a new trial and hopes to reverse the
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award. judge will hear the arguments in december. the verizon version of the iphone 5 which went on sale on friday has secret feature. it can work on at&t net,. it's the first time they are able to access at&t network without complicated hacking procedures. gives customers option to switch carriers rather than renewing expired contracts. >> governor jeer brown making it easier for women to get birth control. under a bill, women don't have to see a doctor and can instead get birth control from registered nurses. the nurses must follow a procedure outlined by a dr. bill passed with no republican support. heal officials say the west nile virus could be here a little longer. the virus strikes during the summer months but with fall officially here, health official --s say there is no sign of relief. in contra costa county this past week some mosquitoes chickens and birds tested positive for the virus. since 200541 people in
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contra costa county have tested positive. there are two reported human cases this year. across the state there are 147 confirmed human cases. and six people have died. new york city minister accused of padding his own pockets with the money he raised to help victims of september 11th and hurricane katrina. reverend carl keys raised millions of dollars for his disaster relief fund. according to the financial records, keys used some of the money to pay off personal debts and support his church. keys and his lawyers say none of money was used improperly. people around the world are protesting the practice of fracking for natural gas included demonstration at chrisy field in san francisco yesterday. fracing involves forcing water and chemicals into the earth to break apart rocks that release natural gas. fracing is happening in southern california and parts of the central valley. the gas industry says it is a safe way to get natural gas. protestors say the process can pollute ground water. for the first time in decades the women who inspired the movie a league of their own
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have taken the field again. almost 50 former members of the all american girls professional baseball league signed autographs this weekend and even played a local team. organizers say this is likely the last time the women will appear together on a baseball diamond. >> our running isn't the best. >> i'm blown away bi-the people that are still so interested. >> a new dvd of a league of their own is scheduled for release next month. celebrates 20th anniversary of the film and features scenes that didn't make the final cut of the movie. what a great movie. >> can't believe it's 20 years old. someone else who is in a league of their own, rosemary roscoe. >> how kind of youcome we have a good looking forecast for you. not as warm as yesterday, if yesterday was a bit hot for you, we will roll those numbers back a tad to give you a look at what is happening outside our doors. take a look at. that we have clouds over the north bay shifting south. these high clouds associated
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with low pressure that will also bring us a bit of a cool down. onshore breeze will kick in a little later today. you see still very weak. delta breeze only to about five miles per hour through fairfield at this time. the clouds have actually kept numbers up a little bit over parts of the north bay. chilly start in santa rosa. 47 for you but not as coal as yesterday. most of us holing in the low to mid-50s at this time. low clouds hugging the coast line around half moon bay. visibility now down to about a quarter mile in international marathon going on there this morning. cloudy and cool at half moon bay. giving you a look at what to see at noontime, 60s along the coast. 60s along the east bay shore and most of us warming in the low to mid-70s around the bay and inland areas like livermore, upper 70s expected by lunchtime. upper 80s in the forecast for the afternoon. 87 for livermore, 84 in concord, 82 for santa rosa today as we swing over into san francisco. 67, 65 degrees or so during the
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giants play right about 1:00 or so and then warming to about 67 for the second half of the day a good looking forecast for you. 77 mountain view. 79 san jose. extended forecast here, we were cruising. we are looking good as we head into month, tuesday, wednesday, thursday. notice just a few degrees difference as we move in through tuesday and wednesday. slightly cooler and then warming back up to the mid- to upper 80s by thursday. along the coast partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. a numbers holing in the 60s. back to you. we are just a month and a half from the november election. coming up, we will tell you about the message the first lady is sending voters as they get ready to head to the polls. >> we will tell you why the giants are once again the hottest ticket in town. lots of prepaid cards
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i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. a huge celebration at at&t park last night as the giants move one step closer to another possible world series championship. good morning, welcome to mornings on 2, sunday september 236789. giants fans have something to celebrate this morning after the team clinched its eighth national league west title in the second time in three years. ktvu is live at at&t park with more on the excitement and
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what's next for the team. >> san francisco fans definitely coming down with a case of playoff fever. a lot of activity here at ticket windows as people are looking to get their tickets trying to see the post season games. >> oneer goes, line drive, pagan, that's it. reporter: won last night's game 8-4 sending giants into the playoffs and fans into a frenzy. fans were hoping for a return to the playoffs after 2010s world series win and it looks like they will have that chance once again. fans were out early this morning and we saw folks buying newspapers and other keepsakes hoping to relive the giants big win last night. people living in the china basin area tell me they are excited to see the crush of fans returning to their neighborhood for the playoffs. >> it's kind of wild. suddenly how many thousand people converge here and then move out and then the
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transportation is loaded. >> giants will start the playoff series october 6 or 7. they have ten regular season games to go including today's game. first pitch is set for 1:00 this afternoon. you bet there is going to be a lot of very excited giants fans out here today. we are live in san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. and the as are still in the playoffs picture but will try to bounce back today from a heart breaking extra inning loss to the new york yankees. as scored four runs in a 13th inning to take the lead but the yankees matched those four runs in the bottom half of the inning. then the yankees won in the 14th on first baseman brandon moss' error. as and baltimore orioles are leading the race to secure the two wild card spots in the american league. now take a look at other top stories we were following. federal authorities have begun a criminal investigation into the chevron refinery in richmond. comes after investigators
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discovered the company detoured pollutants around monitoring equipment at that richmond refinery investigation is not related to last month's huge fire. police are looking for the gunman in an overnight shooting that sent one person to the hospital. the shooting victim was found at 4:00 this morning. police say the victim was shot in the head and has unknown injuries. been a year since two of three american hikers werefried from a prison in iran. yesterday josh fattal organized a rally in new york to celebrate his freedom. he and two other hikers jane bauer and sarah insured were hiking when they were arrested by iranian border guards. a grass fire has been contained in a part of the east bay where only half of the fire stations are operational. the fire started just before 2:00 p.m. yesterday near albers court and deer valley road near brentwood. grew to 50 acres before firefighters brought if under control and it didn't burn any homes. >> it just shows when we have mowed grass the fire goes out
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better. we remind home owners to mow their fields as low as they can to stop the fire. people say the fire is especially concerning due to the shortage of firefighters. the east contra costa fire protection district only has half of its stations in operation until a fema grant kicks in this november. a wildfire that was burning near i-5 in shasta county is fully contained. the coal fire burned 250 acres after breaking out on friday afternoon. 21 miles north of reading. the fire caused a brief closure of the freeway and some home owners had to evacuate. the fire burned south of the area where the salt creek fire scorched almost 1,000 acres last month. jury selection is scheduled to be in tomorrow in the trial of a former san francisco police crime lab technician accused of stealing couldcon. 61-year-old deborah madden faces maximum sentence of four years in prison if convict. prosecutors say her theft of cocaine in the labs drug analyst unit led to the closure of
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facility and caused hundreds of criminal cases to be dismissed. city of san jose searching for a new police chief as department struggles to cope with increasing crime and cut backs. san jose mercury news reports that top priority should be ganging back a gang sussing were unit was that disbanded two years ago. some police officers say the department is stretched too thin to re-assign patrol officers to the unit. in the first sing months of the year the city has seen double digit spikes in burglaries, robberies, rapes and auto theft. bizarre accident at san francisco airport has claimed the life of a work there are. happened around 5:30 yesterday morning and sfo spokesman tells us the worker with was driving a cafeteria vehicle on a service road when that driver crashed into a parked private jet. the crash sheered off the top of the vehicle and killed the driver. no word on why the driver crashed into that plane. a homeless camp that was cleared out last month in san francisco may be cleared out again tomorrow. located near the caltrans station on fourth and king
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streets. the coalition on homelessness says homeless people living there have received two notices to leaf the camp and notices warn the folks there that the camp will be cleared out at 8:30 tomorrow morning. president obama made his first campaign stop in wisconsin this weekend since mitt romney made wisconsin congressman paul ryan his vice-presidential pick. >> the president pledged to create million manufacturing jobs in criticized romney for backing a top town approach tadoesn't work. >> he thinks if we spend another $5 trillion on tax cuts for the wealthiest americans, all our problems are going to go away. jobs and prosperity will rain down on everybody. >> "wall street journal" nbc news college poll shows president ahead of romney in wisconsin by five points but the president may be worried about a slip in the polls now that paul ryan has joined the race. president obama will speak
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to the united nations this tuesday about unrest in islamic countries. white house says the president will denounce the death of the u.s. ambassador to libya as long as the anti-islamic video blamed for the violence. in a memo, security officials say the president will make it clear that while the u.s. rejects ideas expressed in the video, violence is never acceptable. mitt romney will make a campaign stop in battle ground state of colorado. a day after attending fundraisers in southern california. >> one of the things that inspires me is as i go across the country is seeing people who have built enterprises to lift themselves and by the way to employ others. i've got good news. during a funds aring stop, romney said the president is foster a culture of dependency and putting it on a path to be more like europe. romney expected to campaign in the key states like-- first lady michelle obama says proteching the right to vote is the nation's most important civil rights issue. first lady told the
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congressional black caucus they owe it to those who fought for equal rights in the 60s to make sure every voteker freely cast a ballot. her comments came in a push in a dozen states to pass laws requiring voters to show id at the polls. the law would make it harder for the elderly, poor and college students to vote. democrats opened a new campaign office in san francisco yesterday with some help from house minority leader nancy pelosi. >> our modo -- motto is we don'ting ad in, we organize. >> the congress woman rallied campaign workers to get out the vote and re-elect president obama. pelosi predicted california democrats could take back as many as six seats in the house from republicans. some high security special nuclear weapons material stored at lawrence livermore lab has been moved. national nuclear security administration says material includes plutonium and enriched uranium. plans called for most of it to be taken to south carolina and
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new mexico. nuclear managers say moving materials out of livermore will save taxpayers about $40 million in security costs every year. electric car enthusiasts are invited to one of three national plug-in day events in the bay area. the events will be held at marin county civic center. the parking lot and christy feel center. organizers say the events will highlight the fund environmental benefits and cost savings that electric vehicles have to offer. historic comedy club in san francisco's north beach neighborhood is set to close its doors tomorrow after a comedy marathon. the owners of the purple onion says everything in the club will be auctioned off tuesday morning after a marathon event featuring 25 comics. some of the biggest names in comedy have taken the stage including phyllis diller, woody allen and smothers brothers who recorded their debut album at that club. owners say its lease was not renewed. the movie theater will show its last movie tonight. the theater has been offering independent features since
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1967. but owner landmark theaters lost its lease and the landlord will not reject. the -- renegotiate. the untouchables is the final show. the intouchables, a french film about an unlikely friendship at 8:30 tonight. and just reminder there may be delays again at san francisco airport this morning because one of the main runways is closed. the scheduled closure is part of an ongoing project to install new runway lights and safety improvements. this is the second weekend in a row for the closure and it will continue next weekend. the airport is warning about delays possibly up to an hour. time now 7:39. time to check once again with rosemary. going to be a very nice sunday. >> it is going to be very nice. we were look agent a pattern change is that already taking place. you may notice that outside your door a mix of sunshine in some areas, clouds, low clouds along the coast. high clouds over the north bay giving you a live look there toward the city we have temperatures slightly warmer
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because some of those clouds helping to offset the cooling earlier this morning over parts of the north bay anywhere from two to five to seven degrees warmer than we were 24 hours ago. meanwhile in the city san francisco a cool start upper 40s to low 50s outside your door. satellite radar here, band of clouds and beginning to pull over the area. this is going to continue south so areas like mountain view, san jose mostly clear skies. you eventually will have the clouds as well. soft sunlight into the forecast for today. this week front not going to bring us any rain but it is going to bring us a bit of cooling and bring us the clouds and help increase the onshore breeze and bring back that delta breeze for the afternoon. the center of this system, the low right about oregon will continue to shift in this direction and by tomorrow it will be into the great basin to the east of us and we will see temperatures very similar, slightly warmer then what we get today. in a nutshell, slightly cooler temperatures. mix of low clouds at the coast line. visible down in some cases.
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half moon bay recording visible down to quarter mile. the westerly breeze light right now but expected to kick up for ther afen and our forecasted highs a few degrees below what we felt yesterday. 55 right now in oakland. 54 in concord. upper 50s antioch as well as fairfield. upper 40s to near 50 degrees santa rosa into napa. 52 redwood city. 54 for san jose. relatively mild start to get outdoors to the farmers market this morning. and not bad at all. 80 degrees expected petaluma this afternoon. 80 degrees for novato. low 80s sonoma. and 68 degrees in salsalito. beautiful day liby the water. the east bay headed to oakland today the festival going on there and the real food fest at jacqeline square. 72 in the afternoon. 27 san leonro. and mid- to upper 80s. once again to the inland east bay. walnut fest and 79 in san jose. 83 saratoga. a great day at the board walk.
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75 in santa cruz. for the peninsula this afternoon you are looking good. palo alto 78 for you. 77 redwood city. low 70s san mateo. 6 degrees this afternoon in san francisco. the folsom street fair going on there this morning and for the afternoon your extended forecast, little change that really is about sums it up. i'm starting to sound like a broken record. take a look at. that for tomorrow temperatures in the mid- to upper 80s once again in the inland areas. low to mid-60s on the coast. tad cooler on wednesday and wednesday a slight bump on thursday. coming up in just a few moments if you are outdoors playing today, i will have your day planner for you laid out. >> thank you. six bay area swimmers from the nonprofit night train organization will attempt to set a world record today for the longest open water relay. they will be swimming from san francisco all the way to santa barbara. the swimmers are scheduled to leave the golden gate bridge this morning pp it's expected to take them at least a week to travel the 339 miles to the santa barbara harbor a team of 13 runners will also leave the
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golden gate bridge on wednesday to greet the swimmers in santa barbara. night train nonprofit supports support to injured critically injured members of the armed forces. the pedal to the metal today in the grand prix bicycle race. first race takes place at 8:00 a.m. near snow museum park on 20th and harrison in downtown oakland. proam race is heldat 2:30 this afternoon. and it's a big birthday celebration in benicia tomorrow. how officials plan to honor the history. here is a live loo -- live look at the golden gate bridge toll plaza. a bit foggy. you can't see too much traffic. you have to be very careful going through that fog. keep your lights on. time now 74:00. you are watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you. live look there at at&t park. mostly cloudy skies. partly cloudy skies expected for the afternoon. giants play 1:05. big celebration planned tomorrow to mark the 50th birthday of the benicia bridge. bridge opened on september 15, 1962. at the time the toll was 40 cents. the event is opened to the public it starts at vista point overlook in benicia. man attacking a woman with acid. police say the woman was walking into a laundromat yesterday when a man got out of a bmw and threw acid at her. she suffered second-degree burns on her back and arms. suspect 55-year-old arturo reyes was arrested. he was causing a disturbance at a nearby gas station. the woman told police she did not know her attacker and
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motive is being investigated. nurses send a strong message at a black tie celebration last night. members of the nurses association were picketing outside as people inside celebrated a new facility there. one nurse said while management celebrating nurses have been without a contract for more than a year. nurses are upset about staffing levels and health care costs. enough data shows the bay area leads state in job growth. labor officials say the bay area produced more than half of the jobs added in california last month. the south bay gained 1900 jobs. 500 jobs were added in the east bay and san francisco san mateo marin region saw an increase of 3500 jobs. hundreds of people got their help with their job search this weekend at a career fair in livermore. the summit was held at corner stone foalship church yesterday. met life insurance, and st. mary's college were some of the companies collecting resume's. general electric came to the job
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fair looking to fill 1,000 positions. >> originally the plan was to hire 400 people maybe. but we realized we need many more than that. >> new numbers show california's jobless rate improved slightly in august from 10.7% to 10.6%. it's down from 11.9% last year. teachers and educator gathered in oakland for what they called a victory rally for the chicago teachers following their strike. many of the rally say they were inspired by teachers in chicago and hope their compromise will spread to other states as well. chicago teachers went on strike for seven days but returned to class after a compromise. included using test results as component of teacher evaluations. two new polls are shedding light how the election could affect education funding in our state. 52% of people polled say they support proposition 30. 40% say they are opposed and 8% are underdecided.
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the proposal would raise taxes temporarily on high income earners to balance the budget and avoid triggering $6 billion of cuts to education chg 45% of those polled said they support proposition 38. that's a separate school funding measure that would raise income tax rates across the board. 45% of those polled say they opposed proposition 48. funding cuts increase demand at the community colleges are making it harder for students to graduate on time or transfer. many students are struggling to get a place in needed classes. that means could take as long as three or four years to earn a two year degree. 25% of the nation's community college students are enrolled in california. right now a dozen former marines are on a mission to ride their bikes from california all wait to ground zero in new york city in just nine days. their journey started yesterday in ocean side. the group is trying to raise $1 million for charities that support the families of fallen heroes. the ex-marines trained for six months and will be riding 450 miles a day.
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>> all of us staying together and knowing what we are riding for and pushing each other as we go through this will be probably of the utmost importance. >> former marines say they a quarter of the way toward reaching their fundraising goal. organic food lovers have one last chance to enjoy oakland's eat real festival. thousands of people poured into jack london square yesterday to sample treats. today's line up includes a class in tofu and for nonvegetarians the flying knives butchery contest. musical fair includes a dj in the morning and jazz workshops in the late afternoon. for detail goes to our weekend extra tab on k bayinsider.com. -- san francisco chinatown hosting the autumn moon festival this weekend. the event will celebrate the glory and mystery of the moon. in ancient asian beliefs it helps produce fertility and freshness and critical to a boundful harvest. the festival runs through tonight. and coming up, hollywood could be at risk of losing its title as entertainment capital
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of the world. we will let you know which city is looking to take its top spot. and a cool down is on the way for your sunday afternoon. coming up. the numbers expected for your area. bacon, donuts. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] waffles. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? rookie. okay. ♪ nutty clusters and almonds, ♪ ♪ almonds. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new fiber one nutty clusters and almonds.
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a daredevil climber known as the french spider-man has successfully climbed the world's highest steel tower. successfully scaled most of the 1200 foot tower in china stopping at the observation platform. he is famous for scaling the world's tallest skyscrapers without safety equipment aside from small bag of chalk. this time he used suction devices and safety rope to climb the tower which has no foot holds or places for him to put his hands. hollywood is on the brink of losing its title as entertainment capital of the world. >> the people that serve our industry and have served our industry they are in a big
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world of hurt right now. shrinking world of job tunes left thousands prove dux workers feeling the finch. they lost their edge a decade ago when many were lured by better tax incentives began shooting elsewhere. now tv dramas are the latest to move out. two of the 23 new fall dramas are shot in los angeles. now states like new york are battling for bragging rights for new entertainment hub. television's bests are recognized tonight at 64th annual prime time emmy awards. fox tv stars up for an emmy include new girl actress zoe dechanel and her co-star. so you think you dance is up for best reality competition program. mad men has a chance to break a record by winning its fifth best drama award. disney plans to make changes to the causeland attraction at its california adventure park for the second time since the area opened in june. disney officials say padding will be added to backs of
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seats. because guests have complained it's uncomfortable. three visitors have reported injuries or medical problems to a state agency after going on that ride. they include a 28-year-old woman who says she got whip lash and a nine-year-old girl who says she chipped her teeth. may still be september but disneyland is celebrating halloween. the haunted carnival at big thunder ranch jambery opened on friday. visitors can watch pumpkin carving demonstrations. and color halloween masks. disney villains captain hook and crewella deville will be on hand to post for photos. big thunter rarchl jamboree will be-- a line of childrens water bottles is being recalled. the bottle spout can break off and pose a choking hazard to children but no injuries has been reported. the 16 ounce bottle comes in pink and blue and have flip top lids, sold in the childrens departments between july and august of this year. starting tomorrow,
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mcdonald's will post calorie information for its food on menus nationwide. california and other places like philadelphia and new york are already require the calories are listed on those menus. move to post calories nationwide comes ahead of a regulation that could require major chains to post calorie information as early as next year. beer is flowing in germany to celebrate oktoberfest. the mayor tapped the first keg yesterday. more than 6 million people from around the world are expected to descend on the beer tend. the california candy festival continues in fairfield. the two day event is being held at the jelly belly visitor center. today there will be an oompha loompa performance for the kids and a chocolate bar with wine pairing for adults. the festival will wrap up at 6:00 tonight. time for one more check with weather this hour. rosemary, how is it looking?
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>> looking good swresm partly cloudy skies out there. in most cases we've got fog banked up against the coast line. it has re-established itself. floating into the bay and fingers of it floating across into the east bay and showing you there high clouds that are covering parts of at least it looks like more than half of the bay area will continue to slide south and temperatures upper 40s to low 50s, a few degrees warmer than where we were 24 hours ago due to the clouds. your forecast as we get into the afternoon another sunny warm day, actually let me correct. that mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. soft sunlight in the forecast in and out of passing clouds continuing for your sunday. temperatures anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees cooler than where we sat yesterday afternoon and even though we are off to a warmer start. we were looking at an onshore breeze that will continue to pick up for the afternoon. by noontime low 60s at the coast. mid-60s around the bay. mid- to upper 70s for the inland areas and then for the afternoon we are talking mid-80s to upper 80s for
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areas like livermore, fairfield 86 for you. 84 in concord off to the north bay low 80s for santa rosa, napa. and along the peninsula 72 and in san mate'o. 67 in san francisco. 79 degrees expected for san jose. the extended forecast just subtle changes as we head into the workweek. we have little change at all on monday, a few degrees cooler in some areas on tuesday. wednesday, and then into thursday mid- to upper 80s back into the forecast for the inland areas low to mid-60s at the coast. coming up, i will show you what's behind the clouds and the cool down. thank you. time now is 7:58. a truck driver survives a frightening accident after nearly driving off a bridge. we will tell you what may have saved his life. and visiting doctorate to get a prescription for birth control could be a thifng the past. we will tell you about a new law signed by the governor and how it could impact you. ?????b??? ???c??@?????c:ow
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officer-involved shooting. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." it's sunday, september 23rd. i'm john sasaki. >> i'm allie rasmus. let's get to rosemary for a look at your forecast. >> yes. good morning to you. cooler air pulling into the bay area. low clouds along the coast just inside the bay. high clouds over the bay area. a wet wind expected to pick up for your afternoon. temperatures falling just a few degrees. we'll take a look at what you can expect for sunday and your extended forecast -- coming up. oakland police are looking for the gunman in an overnight shooting that sent one person to the hospital. the victim was found early this morning at 6th and bancroft with a gunshot wound to the head. police say the victim appears to have been a passenger in a car. the victim's injuries are not life-threatening. several people are in the hospital this morning after a
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crash on highway 1 in palo alto. it happened just before:00 -- just before 3:00 a.m. no word on what caused the crash. the san francisco giants will try to finish their suite sweep of the padres this afternoon, the day -- sweep of the padres this afternoon, the first since they won it all 2004 years ago. kristin kafton is standing by -- christien kafton is standing by live at at&t park. >> reporter: it's kind of like deja vu all over the again. the excitement about the giants again, the excitement about going to the playoffs. we've seen a lot of crews cleaning up after last night's celebration and preparing the ballpark for today's big game. [ cheers ]
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>> reporter: the giants won last night's game, 8-4, sending the giants that the playoffs and send -- into the playoffs and sending the fans into a frenzy. it is looking like they will have the same victory they did two years ago. we saw many fans buying keepsake copies of the "chronicle" featuring the giants' win. many are excited to see the crush of fans for the playoffs. >> i got here the day after they won but i was here in time for the parade. it was awesome. i was standing on california. >> reporter: are you hoping to go to the games this year? >> i'll try. we'll see. i think everybody will be fighting for tickets. >> reporter: and the giants will be starting the playoff series october 6th or 7th but taking a look at the big board. you can see they have ten regular seasons to go,
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including today's game, hoping to complete the sweep. first pitch set for 1:00 this afternoon. you can get there will be a lot of excited fans out here today. we're live in san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and if you were at last night's game, we want to see your picture pictures -- pictures. you can put them on our facebook page, tweet us. police are on high alert for mare vandalism in the mission district after officers shot a suspected gang member. proon thursday -- on thursday, gang members prospray painted
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the word "killer." police say the shooting happened when a suspected gang member ran from undercover officers and then pointed a gun from them. suspect is expected to survive. and the police whether hold a town hall meeting tomorrow. it's set for 11:30 a.m. at the corner stone church on 17th street. oakland police have identified the man shot and killed friday night. they say lester young was killed inside a home on college way just before 7:00 p.m. on friday. the gunman got in the car and went away. a $10,000 reward is being offered for the arrest of the shooter. a peace rally continues in oakland today. >> if today is not the day to make a difference, then you tell me when is gonna be a better day. >> yesterday, dozens of people marched to city hall to take a
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stance on the violence in their community. >> the police have been making 0 arrests in about -- making arrests in about 50% of the crimes. that's because the community has been participating and communeny kateing with them -- communicating with them. a homeless camp near the cal station may be cleaned up tomorrow. the homeless people living there have received two notices leaving the camp. the damp will be cleared out on -- the camp will be cleared out at 8:30 in the morning. a pakistani government minister says they are offering a $100,000 reward for anyone who kills the filmmaker against
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that was made about -- ridiculed the prophet muhammad. at least four people have died and 70 people have been hurt in protests against armed militias. tens of thousands people
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protested the anti-islamic film in nigeria shouting death to america, israel and the -- israel. nobody was hurt. people around the world protested the practice of fracking for natural gas. that included a demonstration at crissy field in san francisco. fracking involves forcing water and chemicals into the earth to break apart rocks that release natural gas. the gas industry says it's a safe way to get natural gas. the protesters say the process can pollute ground water. good morning to you. another nice weather day for most of us, giving you a live look at san jose. we have high clouds overhead. these high clouds associated
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with low pressure. that will brave bring us a bit of a -- that will bring us a bit of a cooldown. the high clouds will be in and out -- we'll be in and out of those. we're making up to low clouds. disability a tough one in some areas. half moon bay reporting visibility down to a quarter mile. the mix of sun and clouds will be with us for today. we've already seen partly to mostly cloudy skies. we've shed you this in the picture of san jose. so the low that's actually going to be swinging through oregon and off to the east by tomorrow, going to bring us a little bit of that pattern change we're beginning to see. even a little bit of green being picked up. we are only going to get the tail end of this. we're going to see at clouds -- see the clouds, temperatures are right before where they should be at this time of year. here is your forecast dealing with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. looks like by noontime, we'll
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see another band of -- band of clouds moving in. they kind of stick around around 7:04. 50 degrees in napa right now. 50 santa rosa with the clouds overhead. not as cool as yesterday morning. 57 in concord. if you are heading out to jack london square for the farmers market or the festival going on there. 49 in san francisco, a cool start in san francisco and along the coast. upper 40s to low 40s as well. for the north bay in santa rosa, 82 expected for you. 79 san rafael. sliding into berkeley, 71, 72 in oakland. another warm day in antioch, 88 expected for you. 84 in concord. shaving off just a few degrees for the inland east bay areas. 87 in livermore. that's a warm day but 94 is what you hit yesterday afternoon. 79 san jose. 72 expected for san mateo. the extended forecast, only minor changes from day to day. little change for your back-to-
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work monday. a slight cool youdown on tuesday -- cooldown on tuesday. it looks like nice weather for a bike race. professional and amateurs will put the pedal to the metal today. the race will be held at 2:30 this afternoon. a double am pew tee shot and killed -- amputee shot and killed by police. and we're learning more about the man mauled by the tiger in the bronx at the zoo. the odd reason he gave police for jumping. and you can see out there, there's barely any clouds out there. you should have a nice drive. "mornings on 2" continues after the break. who would you choose ? wow.
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good morning to you. a live look there. mostly cloudy skies over oakland this morning. light winds and 53 degrees. a truck driver is very lucky after almost driving off a bridge. take a look amount these pictures from brazil. official says the driver lost control after a car in front of him suddenly stopped. his car skidded off a guardrail and he was hanging over the bridge. passerbies used a rope to rescue him. some 16 opposition parties are taking part discussing
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peaceful ways to end the war and overthrow regime into syria. in napal at least nine climbers are dead and six others are missing as the dreamers were heading to summit on a himalayan peak this morning. the search was suspended this morning because of bad weather. ten others of the team survived. a houston police officer is on paid leave after killing a men -- a mentally ill amputee in a wheelchair. the caretaker said the man tried to hurt him when he refused to give him a soda. he said he stabbed him with a pen. >> for the officers in there
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they maybe didn't know what he was holding? >> correct. >> the man was in his 40s and suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. he lost one arm and one leg in a train accident years ago. there may be good news for two firefighters in central washington state. homeowners should still be prepared to leave if the situation changes. firefighters feared lightning could spark more fires and high winds could fan the flames. but firefighters say the weather allowed them to make good progress on the fire lines. the carter springs fire has grown to 3,000 acres. but the firefighters say the fire is we burning away from homes. u.s. 395 was closed for several hours but it's since we opened. the fire is now 20% contained. a new york city mayor is
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accused of helping pad his pocket with the money ephelped raise for the 9/11 victims. according to finance am records obtained by the associated press, he used some of the money to pay off personal debts and support the judge. his lawyers say none of the money was used improperly. the president's security was not compromised as a result of a secret-service prostitution scandal, it's reported. the department of homeland security said there's no agents the agents -- there's no evidence the agented the evidence the agents placed the president in harm's way. both sides in the
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apple/samsung battle want a court to reconsider the $1 billion award. last month a jury found that numerous samsung products infringed on their products. apple is speaking $7.7 million in interest and damages. sames is dung is seeking a new trial and hopes to -- hopes to reverse the award. the iphone 5 went on sale friday and it has a secret feature t can work on at&t's network as well through a chip in the device. it's the first time they have been able to access the threat work without complicating hacking procedures. more than two dozen salmonella cases are being linked to peanut butter at trader vo's. it's the salted valencia peanut butter brand. no deaths have been reported.
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if you have the affected peanut butterrer, you can return it for a refind. governor brown signed a bill that women don't have to see a doctor and can get birth control bills by registered nurses. the bill passed with no republican support. health officials say the west nile virus could be here a little bit longer. the virus typically strikes during the summer months. but there's no sign of relief when it comes to mosquito activity, they say. some mosquitoes, chickens and birds tested positive for the virus. there have been two reported of human cases this year. across the state there have been 147 reported human cases and six people have died. new york city police say they plan to arrest a man who deliberately jumped into a tiger exhibit at the bronx zoo.
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police say the man told them this was not a suicide attempt and he wanted to be with the tiger. he's been charged with trespassing for jumping off a monorail ride into that tiger den. he's in stable condition at a hospital after suffering broken bones, being mauled on his arms, legs, shoulder and back. three people are recovering over a albuquerque hot air balloon ride. the balloon basket dipped into the water and then the pilot relit the balloon to gain altitude. three people suffered minor injuries. six teens have been captured after escaping from a juvenile state. they were found hiding in the hoods. the teens escaped the facility
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about 29 miles away. 8:20. the oakland raiders are back home today. the special tribute al davis. and the oakland as are still in the playoff hunt even after their loss to the yankees. but any have a tough schedule coming up. a mix of clouds and sunday will highlight your sunday afternoon. the numbers for your area -- coming up.
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are officially in the playoffs and the as are still in the picture, too. but today, oakland will try to bounce back from a heartbreaking extra innings loss to the yankees. the as scored 4 runs in the 8th inning but the yankees matched those innings. and then they won on brandon moss' error. oakland is four games back of the texas rangers in the division. those two teams start a four- game series in texas. the oakland raid remembers still looking for their first win of the season. they lost in miami last week. they are back home today hosting the pittsburgh steelers. kickoff is at 1:3 -- 1:5, the game is sold out. marcus allen is expected to light the ceremonial flame to honor al davis. the two were the at odds after allen tried to -- were at odds after allen tried to
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renegotiate his contract before the 19 8 season. they play the vehiclings and -- the vehiclings today -- vikings b.a.r.t. has told us there's no service between the bayfair station and the fremont line. there is apparently an equipment problem on the track. so a.c. transit is providing extra bus service and we're working on getting more information from b.a.r.t. all right. 8:25. time to check in with rosemary orozco. it's kind of a broken record you are talking about. we're kind of on cruise control. >> yeah. we're awfully dry out there.
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we're in the heart of fire weather season. but we're looking at some great weather, once again. numbers not as warm as yesterday. if yesterday was a bit hot for you we'll roll the temperatures back a little bit. calm conditions to a very light wind. you can see the onshore breeze in fairfield. very weak. if i back this up a little bit, you will notice the clouds a little bit. that helped you offset some of the cooling. most of us in the 50s. even areas slipping back in the mid-40s and areas near concord and livermore, in the mid-50s. so far today, a comparison to yesterday, 3, 6, 7 degrees cooler. livermore, 94 degrees yesterday. 87 on tap for today. in santa rosa, 87 yesterday. low 80s expected for you. the extended, not a whole lot of change going on as we get
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back to work. fair skies in the forecast, mid- to upper 80s from time to time. tuesday/wednesday look to be the cooler days along the extended forecast. we have fog this morning. we have the marine layer about 1,000 feet. back to you. and richmond chevron refinery is now the subject of a criminal investigation. why federal authorities say the company may have been intentionally polluting the air. >> it's not easy to transition. it's really not easy. it was one year ago, that the two uc berkeley graduates were released from jail. hello?
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the san francisco giants and the fans are celebrating this morning after the team clinched its second bern division title in two years. >> the last time the giants won the n.l. west was in 2010 and that win they went on to win the world series. christien kafton is live at at&t park. >> reporter: yeah, can they recreate the imagine nick a lot of giant' fans certainly hoping they can. this is likely gonna be one of the hot spots. this is the ticket window. a lot of fans hoping to get their hands on some tickets now that the giants have lin itched the national league western division championship. [ cheers ] >> runner goes, line drive. and that's it! [ cheers ] >> reporter: the giants won last night's game, 89-4, sending the giants into the
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playoffs. now, people living here in the china basin area say they are excited to see the crush of fans returning to their neighborhood for the playoffs. fans were out early this morning, buying keepsake copies of the big win. >> i saw the game last night, season ticketholder. always nice to see it in print. >> if we can come on back out to our live picture, you can see that already, giants getting ready for today's big game. the giant also start their playoff series october 6th but they will still have 10 regular season games to go including the game today against the padres. crews are here getting ready for the game. a lot of excitement. you can expect a lot of excitement in october here in san francisco. for now we're live, christien
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kafton, husband kut -- christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. we have new information on the b.a.r.t. bayfair station. maintenance has not been completed so trains serving the route cannot leave the station. there's no update when the maintenance work will be finished. new this morning, federal authorities have begun a criminal investigation into the chevron refinery. this comes after veries detoured -- this comes after investigators retoured the facilities. representatives from several government agencies are holding
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a meeting at 5:15 p.m. at the richmond memorial hospital. it's been a year since the two remaining -- since bauer and fattal were released from iran. yesterday, fattal celebrated in madison park and said every day is a struggle for them. >> it's trauma. a lot of people suffer trauma. >> they plan to publish a tell- all book sometime next year. a bizarre accident at san francisco airport has claimed the life of a worker there. it happened around 5:30 yesterday morning. the sf spokesman said he was
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driving a cafeteria vehicle. no word why the accident happened. a grass fire started at 2:00 yesterday afternoon in brentwood t grew to 50 acres before firefighters -- brentwood. it grew to 50 acres before firefighters brought it under control. the east contra costa fire district has only half of their operations until a fema grant kicks in. a wildfire burning near i-5 in shasta county is almost
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fully contained. the fire caused a brief closure and the freeway -- closure of the freeway and some homeowners to evacuate. it burned just south of the area where the salt creek fire scorched almost a thousand acres last month. the city is searching for a new police chief as the department continues to struggle with increasing crime and cutbacks. some experts believe a top priority should be bringing back a gang suppression unit. some officers say the department is already stretched too thin to reassign the officers to that unit. the city has seen double-digit spikes in burglaries, robberies and rapes and auto thefts. 61-year-old deborah madden faces a mandatory sentence in
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the san francisco crime lab case. her action caused a lot cases to be dismissed. president obama is criticizing mitt romney. >> he thinks if we spend another $5 trillion on tax cuts for the wealthiest americans all of our problems are gonna go away. jobs and prosperity will rain out on everybody. >> a poll shows the president ahead of romney in wisconsin by 5 points. mitt romney will make a campaign stop in the battleground state of colorado, a day after attendinged ifers in southern california. one of the things that inspoors me is seeing people
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who have built -- inspires me is seeing people who have built enterprises and lift themselves and employ others. >> romney said the president was putting the country on a path similar to europe. he's expected to campaign in ohio and virginia next week. the first lady told the congressional black caucus they owe it for those who fought for equal rights to make sure every free voter can cast a ballot. critics say the law showing i.d. at the poor would make it more difficult for the elderly, the poor and college students to vote. president obama is expected to talk about unrest in islamic countries. the white house says the president will denounce the death of the ambassador to
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libya. in a memo, on tuesday, he will make clear violence is never acceptable. egypt's president, mercy, says they earned ill-will by backing dictators in the past. morsi is scheduled to attend the meeting tomorrow in new york. he's requested a private meeting with president obama but the white house has not confipped whether one -- confirmed whether one is scheduled. the national nuclear security administration says plutonium and enriched uranium will be moved from the lab.
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a minor cooldown in the forecast for your sunday. a live look at at&t park. partly to mostly cloudy skies at times over the park. game time right about 1:05. 65 degrees with a light breeze. the winds will be picking up for the second half of the day and the satellite radar showing you the clouds that are already streaming into the bay area. parts of the north bay, partly sunny to mostly sunny. it won't be as chilly this morning. if you head south into areas like san jose. we're dealing with mostly sunny skies. fog up across the coastline and visibility down about a quarter mile and monterey also reporting patchy dense fog. gonna make -- gonna back it up a little bit. the source over oregon, continuing to shift into nevada. but we're getting the tail end of the clouds today and a little bit of cooling today. this is what we're looking at for the headlines. a mix of sunshine and clouds
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out there. temperatures holding in the 50s. a few low 50s right around petaluma as well as novato and santa rosa. passing clouds will continue for today. temperatures rolling back a few degrees, anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees. our extended forecast looks like where we should be. 53 in oakland. 56 in hayward. 57 in mountain view. low 50s santa rosa as well as napa. low os in fairfield. our -- low 60s in fairfield. 80 for san francisco. 68 sausalito. 77 in vallejo. looking at 84 for you concord. 85 walnut creek. 87 in livermore. closer to the bay. a very comfortable in oakland today, 72. 72 san leandro. a nice day in san jose, 79. 83 los gatos. for the peninsula, a nice one in redwood city.
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77. 78 for palo alto. 72 for you san mateo. your extended forecast with each passing day, just a subtle change. monday gonna feel a whole lot like your sunday. mid 8 as in the forecast for tuesday -- mid-80s in the forecast for tuesday. low to mid-60s at the coast. back to the desk. a reminder there may be delays at san francisco airport this morning because of one of the -- one of the main runways. this is the second weekend in a row for that closure. it wills -- it will also happen next weekend. the airport says there could be delass in-- delays up to one hour. and marines who are riding their bike to raise money. and traffic is moving quite well.
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sunny morning here. it's now 8:41. you are watching "mornings on 2."
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good morning to you. a fine weather day in the forecast for your sunday. a mix of sunshine, clouds, temperatures holing in the 50s -- holding in the 50s at this
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hour. [inaudible] union city and bayfair stations this morning. overnight track work near the hayward maintenance work was not finished on time. that means trains cannot leave the area. b.a.r.t. riders in fremont, hayward and union city using the line should go to the bayfair station to start the trip. there's no estimate as to when service will be restored. a man accused of posing as an airplane pilot and flying in the cockpit of one plane in italy has been arrested. he was arrested yesterday using forged i.d. cards and he wearing a -- and wearing a pilot's uniform e traveled for free on at least one flight as a third pilot sitting in the cockpit. authorities are investigating whether the man flew as an imposter at other times. a woman in new mexico is recovering after being hit by
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gunfire at a college football game. the woman was sitting in the stands when a stray bullet hit here. the woman's injuries are not life-threatening. san diego police have arrested a man suspected of attacking a woman with acid. police say the woman was walking into a laundromat yesterday when a man got out of a bmw and threw acid at her. now, the suspect, 55-year-old, arturo reyes was arrested 20 minutes later. police say he was causing a disturbance at a nearby gas station. the woman say she did not know her attacker and the motive is still being investigated. right now, a dozen former marines are on a mission to ride their bicycles from california to ground zero, new york city in just nine days. the journey started yesterday in oceanside. the group is trying to raise $1 million for charity that supports the families of fallen heroes. the ex-marines trained for six months and hope to ride 450
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miles a day. >> all of us staying together and knowing what we're riding for and kind of pushing together will be of the utmost importance. >> the former marines say they are about a quarter away from reaching their goal. nurses sent a strong message at a black tie affair last night. members of the nurses association were pickets outside as people inside celebrated a new facility there. one nurse said while management is celebrating a new building, the nurses have been without a contract for over a year. they are upset about staffing levels and healthcare costs. state labor officials say the bay area produced more than half of the jobs added in california last month. 500 jobs were added in the east bay. the san francisco/san mateo marin region. hundreds of people got some help with their job search this
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weekend at a career fair. met life insurance -- general electric came to the job fair looking to fill 1,000 positions. >> originally the plan was to hire about 400 people. but we realize we need many more than that. >> new numbers show california's jobless rate improved slightly in august. that's down from 11.9% last year. teachers an educators gathered in oakland for what they called a victory rally for the chicago teachers following their strike. >> teachers! >> united! >> people at the rally say they are inspired by teachers in chicago. chicago teachers went -- went on strike for seven days but returned to class after a compromise. two new polls are shedding
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light on how the election could affect education funding in our state. 52% of people polled say they support proposition 30. 40% are opposed and 8% are under decided. governor jerry brown's ballot proposal would raise taxes temporarily on high-end earn esto bammance the budget and avoid $6 trillion in cuts to education. 45% of the polls say they supported -- earn esto balance the budget to avoid $6 trillion in cuts. 45% of the polls say they support this. san francisco's m
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theater in the district here has been offering movies since 1967 but they lost their lease and the final film is "the untouchables" and it shows at 8:30 tonight. an historic comedy club is set to close its doors tomorrow after a marathon. the purple onion says everything in the club will be auctioned off. some of the biggest names have taken stage at the purple onion, including phyllis diller, woody alvin and the smothers brothers -- allen and the smithers brothers. today's line up at the eat real includes a class in toe if you, the flying knives butchering contest -- in tofu,
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the flying knives butchering contest. china town is hosting the autumn moon festival this weekend. an ancient asian food festival runs through tonight. a lot less beer in brewing in germany today because it's oktoberfest. munich's mayor tab tapped the first tab yesterday kicking off the festival. more than 6 million people from around the world are expected to descend on the festivities. a bay area fan is marking 50 years to celebrate the benicia bridge. what you can expect for
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a daredevil climber known as the french spiderman has successfully climbed the highest steel tower. scaled most of the 1200-foot tower in china. he reached. observation platform. he's famous for scaling the world's tallest skyscrapers with no safety equipment aside from a small bag of chalk and
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climbing shoes. he used suction devices and an safety tube this time which has no foot holes or places to put his hands. jimmy kimmel is hosting the emmy awards tonight. "you think you can dance" is up for the best tv reality program. "madman" mass has a chance to win its fifth award. the women who inspired the movie "a league of their own" have taken the field. almost 50 former members of the all-american girls professional baseball league signed autographs in syracuse new york this weekend and even played a local team. organizers say this is likely the last time the women will appear together on the baseball team. >> our running isn't the bet. >> i'm just blown away by the people who are still so interested. >> a new dvd of a league of their own is scheduled for
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release next month. it celebrate brates the 20th -- is celebrates the 20th anniversary of the feel and shows scenes that didn't make the movie. the benicia bridge opened in 1962. the anniversary is tomorrow. at the time, the toll was just 40 cents. tomorrow's event is open to the public. tens of thousands of people will be walking down san francisco's fulsom street today in their best leather outfits. the 29th annual fulsom street fair starts at 11:00 this morning. there are more than 250 vendors, food, drinks and music. you are looking at the festival last year. it's obviously a little rainy last year. fulsom between --
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what's the weather gonna be like? >> if you are going out today, we're already in good shape. the winds are generally light. westerly breeze. mid and high level clouds. low clouds along the coastline. even a bit of fog. visibility down to a quarter mile around half moon bay, monterey bay. temperatures still holding in the 50s for the afternoon. low to mid- to upper 80s for the warmer spots. 82 expected for santa rosa. 784 in concord. 87 in -- 87 livermore. 67 for san francisco. 72 in oakland. 79 for san jose. the extended forecast, we sat here, 24 hours ago saying about the same thing. little change going on. we're sort of on cruise control here. temperatures seasonal. we have mostly cloudy skies. numbers not going to budge a
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whole lot. we get a slight cooldown and then back up a tad on thursday. all in all, just a quiet forecast out there. fall, usually tends to bring less fog, less clouds. we saw that yesterday but today, the minor cooldown also bringing it with it mid and high level clouds. but still, hard to complain about the weather. >> yesterday it was hotter than expected. >> it was. livermore warmed to 94. >> okay. thank you. that's our report this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure to join us for the next newscast at 5:00. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. stay tuned for "fox nfl sunday" and the 49ers viruses -- verses the vikings. >> have a great day.
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